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Disputes & Investigations 2-3PQE and 5-6PQE

  • Location:

    London, United Kingdom

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Contact:

    Sarah Livesey

  • Contact email:

    maryo@ejgroup.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    86266

  • Published:

    16 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-02-05

Well known international law firm is recruiting for a disputes & investigations associate to join their team in London. They are interested in speaking to individuals at the 2 PQE+ level. There are actually two positions available, one at the 2/3 PQE level and one at the 5/6 PQE level.

This is a broad commercial litigation and investigations position. The team has particular experience in the financial services, technology and life sciences space and also has expertise in defending clients in relation to professional negligence claims. Recent clients have included: some of Big Four; a manufacturing company; a senior trader; a private equity fund; a medical research organisation; and a professional services organisation. 

The team is headed by up by 5 partners in London. They offer high quality work, within a supportive and collegiate environment. There are excellent progression prospects for the right individual.

To apply for this position you must be a UK qualified lawyer, with between 2 and 6 years' experience in litigation and investigations work. You should be coming from another top tier UK or US firm in the City/regions. Strong academics (minimum 2:1 degree) are essential.

To find out more about this opportunity, or others that may be suitable, please contact Mary Oxton on maryo@ejgroup.co.uk or 07912 742 320. 

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